Many fans are eager to know if Netflix will be one of the stops on the movie Bullet Train’s route. Keep reading to discover more about the exciting Sony action comedy feature and where to watch it!
Academy Award Winner Brad Pitt is back on the big screen in Bullet Train, flexing his skills as an action star while demonstrating his ability to achieve laughs on screen alongside a star-studded roster in a pulse-pounding narrative. Based on the Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kotaro Isaka, the film follows Pitt’s character Ladybug, a veteran hitman with a deadly unlucky streak prompting the paid killer to seek an exit from this life of murder for hire.
But his handler, Maria Beetle, played by Sandra Bullock, is bringing him back into the field for what she considers an incredibly easy job. He must get on a bullet train headed for Kyoto from Tokyo and grab a briefcase. Unfortunately, he isn’t the only assassin on board, and Ladybug soon finds out this is not a coincidence as their jobs are all connected.
Alongside Pitt is an array of big-name stars bringing their talent to the table, including Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A. Martinez Ocasio, and Zazie Beetz. The film is directed by Deadpool 2 and John Wick’s David Leitch, and Antoine Fuqua is one of the producers. But can subscribers experience Bullet Train on the streamer?
Is Bullet Train available on Netflix?
Everything about the action-comedy feature starring Brad Pitt seems like a must-see affair, and it’s no wonder subscribers would be enthusiastic to check it out. Unfortunately, Bullet Train is not currently available on the streaming service Netflix.
But there are so many magnificent cinematic endeavors from the action-comedy category ready to stream right now for subscribers to enjoy. Some of these high-octane, laugh-out-loud titles include Murder Mystery, The Man From Toronto, The Adam Project, Extinction, and Red Notice, just to name a few.
Where you can watch Bullet Train
Bullet Train is only available to watch in theaters starting on August 5, 2022.
According to What’s on Netflix, just like Uncharted, the film will be available on Netflix at some point after its theatrical run as part of the deal between the steaming service and Sony. They estimate it could be on the streamer anytime between December 2022 to February 2023, but this is just speculation at the moment.
You can check out the trailer below:
Will you be watching Bullet Train?